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Micrel Semiconductor has introduced SY88053CL and SY88063CL limiting post amplifier. Both devices support the expansion of the next generation passive optical network (PON) FTTH XGPON and 10GEPON optical line terminal (OLT) ideal for applications. The product line also applies to support … Continue reading
In fiber optic networks, optical active devices are key components. It can convert electrical signals and optical signals to each other, the optical transmission system of the heart. Optical active devices are divided into the following three categories. A. Light … Continue reading
The fiber optic amplifier plays a significant and key role within the enhancing the capacity for a communication system to deliver information. The light signals can be transmitted by the use of optical transmitters, optical receivers and optical fiber. The … Continue reading
Optical amplifier is an optical communication system device. It amplifies an optical signal directly, without converting an optical signal into an electrical signal. Erbium-doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) is the first successful optical amplifier invented by the UK Southampton University and … Continue reading